Max Francis Aken-Tyers (born 5 July 1996) is an English footballer who plays as striker for Erie Commodores FC in the National Premier Soccer League. Aken-Tyers previously played for Consett AFC and the University Of The Cumberlands.
Career[edit | edit source]
In 2014 Aken-Tyers started his career in the USA as he was awarded a soccer scholarship with The University Of the Cumberlands Patriots. It was here he would become the Universities most ever played player, not missing a game in 4 years.
In 2016 Aken-Tyers Played in all 20 games, starting 18 of them ... Tallied three goals, one assist, seven points, and 18 shots ... Eight of those shots being on goal ... Aken-Tyers three goals were tied for first in goals scored on the team.
In 2018 Played in 18 games and started 16 of them … Recorded two goals and two assists … Netted goals in wins over Brescia and Asbury.
In 2017 he resigned for Erie and they won the Midwest East conference for the first time as the Commodores
In 2018 he resigned for Erie and they won the conference again back to back.
References[edit | edit source]
- eriecommodores.bonzidev.com http://eriecommodores.bonzidev.com/sam/teams/index.php?team=3431640. Retrieved 2019-01-10. Missing or empty
- www.consettafc.com http://www.consettafc.com/2013-14/hebburn-h.htm. Retrieved 2019-01-10. Missing or empty
- "Consett v Ashington match report". www.consettafc.com. Retrieved 2019-01-10.
- "DakStats WebSync". www.dakstats.com. Retrieved 2019-01-10.
- "Max Aken-Tyers - Men's Soccer". University of the Cumberlands Athletics. Retrieved 2019-01-10.
- Soccer, UC Men's (2017-02-18). "Two of our UC Men's soccer players Max Aken-Tyers and Jack Cousin have signed for the @Erie_Commodores for the summer season in the NPSL!pic.twitter.com/OTphWeOmPx". @MensSoccer_UC. Retrieved 2019-01-10.
- FC, Erie Commodores (2018-04-14). "Our next player is returning for his 3rd season with the team and has proven to a popular member of every team, a senior from England who attended the University of Cumberlands, Max Aken Tyers (@MaxTyers7)". @Erie_Commodores. Retrieved 2019-01-10.
- "Max Aken-Tyers – English players abroad". Retrieved 2019-01-10.
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